Annual East LA Mexican Independence Day Parade and Festival

Join Big Boy's Neighborhood, The Cruz Show and the REAL 92.3 crew at the East Los Angeles Parade and Festival celebrating the independence of Mexico, Sunday, September 8, 2019.

Enjoy live music, family activities, and food starting at 10:00 AM. This year's Grand Marshal will be World Heavyweight Champion, Andy Ruiz Jr. The free event will be taking place on the corners of César Chávez and Mednik Avenue.

The Parade is one of the largest and longest-running Mexican Independence Day Parades in the country. A theme is chosen yearly to reflect the past, present, and future of the Hispanic Community. The Mexican Federations participation along with the community is a huge impact in our Parade, due to their elaborated floats, costumes and live music representing different Mexican states.

The parade starts at 10:00 am sharp. The 1 1/2-mile East LA Parade route begins at the corner of Cesar Chavez Ave. and Mednik Ave. The parade travels north on Cesar Chavez then turns east onto Gage Ave. The parade participants turn south onto 1st returning to the Grand Festival on Mednik and 1st.

For 74 years, nearly 20,000+ people from East Los Angeles and surrounding communities line up along iconic Cesar Chavez Blvd. to watch school bands, equestrian units, folkloric groups, floats, and dignitaries celebrate Mexican Independence Day.

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